• July 6, 2014
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Teachers from Lithuania already may be reported on the workshop “modern technologies in the Polish education”

Teachers’ training centre of the Association “Polish community’ invites teachers from Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary and Germany for the workshop entitled “modern technologies in the POLISH EDUCATION, or how to help yourself and other students to find yourself in the world of new technologies”, which will be held at the home of Polonia in Ostróda on 28-31 July 2014.

Every day, students benefit from new technologies, but they are used primarily for fun, and not to learn. Parents complain that the school is not modern. But it must be modern? What does it mean a modern school? How to shape the technological maturity of the students? How to use the tools available for working with a student in the classroom and beyond? Here are some questions that you will find the answer in our workshops.

During the workshops You will learn:

-How we and our education change under the influence of new technologies

-How to sensibly plan work with the use of new technologies

-How to assess whether new technologies are helpful or unnecessary in the implementation of the task

-How to help students take advantage of new technologies in learning and deepening hobbies

-How to use social media in education

-How to develop student’s autonomy and technological maturity

-What is a web quest and how to use it

-How to build an educational podcast and how to successfully use it in class with students

How new technologies are used in other schools and teachers.

The workshop will be led by Karolina Zioło-Pużuk-doctor of Humanities (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 2010), she graduated from high school of training and Psychological Workshop (Ośrodek Pomocy and Psychological Education INTRA) in 2014, and in 2013 graduate User Experience Design on the SWPS, lecturer at the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski (led classes: “new technologies in education”), help The teacher training Association “community of Poland.”

Prerequisite is the confirmation of acceptance of the Declaration and its acceptance by the organizers. Registration will be closed at the time of exhaustion of place limits. Participation determines the order and the principle of representativeness of the listed Polish backgrounds.

At the end of the workshop the participants will receive a certificate of completion of training.

The completed form the organizers ask to be submitted by email: warsztaty.ostroda@odnswp.plor by fax: + 48 89 646 95 96 til 22 July 2014.


The project is co-financed by the funds received from the Ministry of national education in the framework of the contest for the implementation of tasks “to organize in the country and abroad training teachers teaching the Polish language, history, geography, culture, and other subjects taught in Polish abroad”.

Translated by Ewelina Filonik within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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